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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 21, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAEO8 YEAR FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 21 1890 NO 177 mi A JAIN UN CLOAKS Ali New Goods No Advances on Prices Largo Stock to Soloctfrom Splendid Light to Soo thorn Garrronrs is KeprosontoJ No Humbuy Come SCHOOL AT RflRUIITS 12thSt Drus Store FURNITURE Our Designs Nono but li Alluiveii to Ifii jM Workmanship our j Hdersoii fi Sons rHiCJiKv rn UoiANS M IMI i AN UIMS ON K N inn r n vrv FRIOftY NOVEMBER 21 NELLIE I In i i lay Qhain Li COMBINING Moio Drama Farco Comedy And Oporotta BEpUTlFUL HEXlCp SCENERY Ital on v LOC Ilmpiet t i on sail1 tit WM IKHAN i o s K N i 11 r i v MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 OMEDV DRAMA WHAT THEY WANT The National Batik Co and Frew jBJ Ivor CoJnage Ad Jed lo Green back Must Take Its OoToroment to Start a Loin Agency for BtfneQt of Grangers President and Senators To Elected by the People Ilia Nov was more trouble ovnr ruvining the couatlMt lion of the F M li A yesterday morn Inc than wan expjrjtel IL took ovor an hour to and then it wii read rtac tlou by section fur by convention The first live sections were fit us bed iff uoon only linportunt clMrigo WHfl en I urging tbe qial ideations for membership section permitting tha wires BOMS and dinghtcri of farmers 13 old and over to join tho auhordin Bto lodges In the afternoon tha commit tee on resolutions presented n report which noitr1 occupy two columns of space Proaiuro on tho Jjrjjlsttttures Tho report recommends Ihnt tlifa con vention select one nun from and for each ntxte heroin represented imd tut addi tinnai one from each of the states of Illi nois and Indiana to attend tho corning of their renpecLivo legislatures ami by honest irnuhod work to se curo the measures that are MO to the welfare of the farmers and laborers of tliefleMnton requiruM F M B A mem bers of the to krxp aloof from old party nniiaiiss and dumauds tho suppression of tristi No lnmpny For It then gofs on to say We denounce that hoarybeaded monopoly created aud sustained by our ayatcrn of patent Euvra by which nnr mnplo and nioro especially the farmers nrti annually taxoi probably meirfl than 100000fW fhe results of which KffMom to reward tho Inventor but to of mfllionairos in oiir country ami rra demand Mich ro viilun of our patent Inws ns will eliminate nil monopoly from the system and at tho time xncurss to the inventor and not to the speculator ft liberal for his Invention in proportion to its utility The rinnncM 1Irvnln Tlifi planks mlntiug to the finances are simply the old Greonback platform moro etaoratnil A clauao demanding Lho abolition of tho national banks wan adopted and also ft clause demanding freo and untiiui cd of silver Tbo doc inuont thnn sayn While wo do noc fa vor tho truHMiiry or warehouso bill proponed by tho I1 A and I U we do favor thw loaning of inonuy by the national Kovornmetit to the eitizns in stinw not cxcotidirf cu any one cit on tirntj not Mvu years secured by real tHiato when thn sum loaned shall ex uie i or tlm timu ixcteds ono yenr Iu all other by aitipl purxunal security it tniertHt n7 r I per cutiC per itintim payub u Tho iitiHonnvprclblu Mni Wo ftvoi1 the iriMir find sala at par by ii of SctitiS Hi hi tliitttniiuiiJiis nt 1 I ami bijrtriitLj an annual m uf J MIT ctiiir and in jiil icudtT United treiiury uotua i lit1 ip ion or ritiiur thu htldmov ttie vtruineut We tiumniul time our eriiintnr instead of IISIIIL its iutluance as herutolnri witii natiom lo maiiUHiii i ho inyu standard oE gold as money H alt hoiviifter uau ill its iutluunco wirh ihiHs nat ons which have dainone ind adopted standard to ivslort1 silver coins to their former po sition as nionty Afor a dtHilaration in favor of i lint ft Jijy MM cormonifit corporations and making i hem by the thu pint form takot up tho ciuestion of olirtion of president aud sen ators It says that reasons supposed to exist fur tiicl Jni the president and vice president by aud United States senators by have loni since failed and wu are in favor of utoctini them under a proper by direct ballot of the Ifgal voters urtU Tnk t Notice e oppowod to thu rreutiiii or perpetuation of a tlass of ofiluhdrs WK byliivo that in a re LOV ninent the freqiunt return of tlinhol ior to the ranks of the peo ple it an iitM0sity as i lie frequent rencr to tho of jjovern mflnt Tlnvrir we nrc opposed to nli tenure of ritlier uriny life or good boJiivinr rtul demand the r tec t ion of UULO HE stated periods longer than nine by the ballots of viders If this it not the pco plus wbosi nicut is IL If it U the peoples LTovornment who JU i ions SUS SALVATION OIL fPie ory 25 ffJ drtygists quickly Rheumatism NQU nig fa Swatting Bruises L urvbctgo Toothache Cuts turns Sores Backcc he THE GREAT REMEDY Tscl for 35 years Youthful foUr bv snd Jieai lACer j antvd tocurf all itidra Oervoui s fuT or rheiL Inicotency r mad all the L six liiaU Write forpniLphler The Chemical Co 131 VvooUfran Eetroit llich 5oM in Lojransport bj IJ FisherOru avor of tho election of port by tho Liral vororn in tho vicin ity of the potofluo favor the elee toi tT rfiiliMHl HIH warehouse com mis glonors by ballot of the Ifgal voters The Aim ra iin cm i indorsed n fretvotu and fair count dcniinded oppo sition t n of retired civil and mili tarj iflicoioMord tj tho irnine diuttf roc i a in i ion c aI pub ic lands grrnf1 LO viiher persons or corporations to aid rfttlwMT the of ivhich grant were tint CMuilitd with in prescribe1 if trie people are notified that tho K M U A nili keep tab on them in The Tariff Plnnk j We brtiyre ibit the production of ail of nectisaity conveix lency niuS comf should be encouraged 1 and ihe of those of luxury and artlcitit or injurious to health or nioraN should discouraged Honco we I favor tbe removal reduction of taxoe on of necessity ami ccniTorv to the poor co she limit consist ent with tijiiM1 and exact JuiKc to all nnil tun iia burJjn of bj placed on tlf MTLicie of luxury and sspeclsliy on thise injurous to health and snoraU j niul upon large and excessive incouitM J Redticuon salaries of ortklaU ia de cianded foreign immigration should bo private ownership of real shnunl be limited to the use and oc cupation if the owner and ato be limited to an amount for the convenient operariou oi toir ndutterAiian of food should be stopped atid che pmttorui concludes 83 follows mean death to all monopolies of overy kind and we vapt it distinctly un derstood we include in the numbfiT the orgaolxsxl liquor traSlc3 The conventioa is still in session i The Farmers Formulate a Bill of Demands A SYNOPSIS OF THE DOCUMENT FALED FOR THREE MILLIONS Financial Smash ut Philadelphia of ker IJros A Co PHILADELPHIA Nov Bros Co bankers brokers of thia city announced their suspeasiou oa the Soclc exchange yesterday morning The fail ure affected prices in Nvw York which wire firmer ut the commencement of trad ing owing to ftivorable foreign advices Barker CMS are estimated at The suspension was not much of a surprise to the wellinformed aa the firms credit been poor for the paat two months The creditors arj not numer ous The firm is aaid to have an Interest in the stock nurkut and failed because of their inability o on oufcstacd frig securities Two Other Intereatcd Whnrton Barber Tran prenident of tha Finance Company of Pennsylvania and was H director of tbu Com pany of Philadelphia Just before the uapenaion of Barker Broa Co was an nounced meetings of the directors of these companies were called in haste The proceedings of tha meetings wtsra kept secret At the Ffnnactj company preparations were raado for a run on its deposits and subsequent events showed that Lho precaution was well taken A number of checks were presented during the hour of the dnyd business and BO me sccoiiits drawn out All drafts upon 1t were promptly mot Treasurer Stern sflys the company is entirely sol ve nt Whaitun Barker Resigns It ts learned that at the meeting of tbe Finance company yesterday tha resigna tion of VVhartou Barker as president waa presented and accepted Charlemagne Tower Jr vca president waa elected president and Philip C Garrott vice pres ident A syndicate comprising Drexel Co Brown Bros Co the Provident Lifo and Trust companyt and tho Panu sylvitnia company for the Insurance of Ijives find Granting of Annuitted has been formed for tho purpose of advancing to tho Finance companyof Pennsylvania any amount of money necessary to meet ils outstanding liabilities NIHILISTS KEEP THEIR PROMISE They Threaten Dloorl for IJlood Wlilcli Explains Death PAUIS Nov excitement over death of Gen Soliverakoff the Hus KJan police ngont continues unabated All sorts of ns to tho motive of the crime are advanced The Eclairo says it waa decided at a meeting of the JSihiUst committee held several days ago that if Sophia Gunsborg who was tried in St Petersburg thia week for having bombs iu her possession wna sentenced to death Gen SeUvernkofi would be killed as soon thereafter as possible The woman wni sentenced Monday to be rmiitfod and tho nsHflssiuatio i of Gon SoliverskofT took place on tlio following day Tho Police View of Lho Case Tho French police however are satis fied that Nihilism hud nothing to do with the murder o Gen SeliverskofT though nny clue luaduig iu that direction receives full attention It is now thought that tho crime way prompted by revenge for an act of Hcttntiousncsa on the of the getjural tho vnurdorer being the lover of the wrunijLid vvoiuau REPUDIATED THE DEDICATION CarcllnnI Sues H Prloncl of Mo Glyim for Libel HAVKN Conn Nov Cardinal Gibbons yfsttsnlay survod papers on Ilya cinthu Architinld Kingroan of Yale uni versity suiuinoning him to appear iu the federal court of eastern district of Miryland on Jfiu 25 to iu a suit fur darn ages presumably ou a chargo ot hhel M Kingroses book The Poor MUIH Prifsr which is u life und an In dorsmenr of Dr MoGlyuu is dedicated to Cardinal Gibbons but it now appeara wit hour the cardinals consent The cardinal hn4 nlao with the pubHslifirt of tho book hero restrtiiuins the usu of lui name in counccMon with tho book rir is a communi cant of the Roman Catholic church and baa a brother who is a priest Clevnlinifl Spoaks to the Jcweters NEW Xov sixteenth an nual dinner of the Xevv York Jewelers association was held at Delnionicoa last evening Covers were laid for 200 Pres ident Henry E Ide occupied the chnir Amonii t hoso present waa exPreaidenc Cluvelnnd who delivered the speech ot the evening The toust was Our Coun try ami the response a eulogy of patriotUm Tlio W C T U Obj ATLANTA Ga Nov following telcgrnm has been sent by Misa to the convention in session in Allegheny City Believinsr that it is lognlly and tnorjilly wroncj for anybody to take the name of ho National W C T U with tho prefix nonpartisan we Jisk you AS Christian sisters to discuutloue tha use of this name Ir JliiiiuilCnit on Irnmlgrntlon WASHINGTON CITY Nov General Hamilton has subuutted u spa rin report to Secretary AVindom on the uhjeot of immigration He takes a de cided ground ngninst tho existing hnml griiticm lavr and makes a strong argu ment for ics Rinsndment He alnioat fa vors the total prohibition of iramlgra tiou Senatorial Icadtock In Ala Nov Dem ocratic caucus met at laat night aud went through the formality of a ballot for senator without decisive results find then adjourned for the day Tho fifteenth ftud Idsi ballot stood Pugh 40 Seay Q7 Kolb 42 scattering 9 Supposed Case of Suicide NEW YOKE Nov ntftn iboat 8Q years of tigo who registered nt the Central JLS Esrfl TeraoQ Albnuy wasfouud dead in hb bed yeatorday afternoon at thathotel The gas was turned on It Is supposed to be H case of suicide Tlie Unuk of Euglnnd Nov bullion In the Bttnk of England increased during the post week Tha proportion of the Bank of Englands reserve to lia bility which last week svas S395 percent is now S5SJ per cent OUt Fallows Elect OfRcen IxntAVAfOLis Nor The grand lodjja Odd Fellows completed its labors Thursday with the election of the follow ing officers Grand master W H Leedv Indianapolis deputy grand master W U Wiley Fowler grand warden George ford South Bend grand secretary B F oster Indianapolis treasurer T P Haughej IndinnapoHs trustee J W J A Ferguson and William Wallace Indianapolis AD ludianlAn iu Luck WASHINGTON Cirr Xov H THE INDIAN SCARE Troops Arrive at the Alleged Seat of War TEE MESSIAH FAILS TO SHOW UP Mr Lo Continues Ghoit Dance knd Up Hli Creil Re port to Agent Ccrrospoodeiil Who tlnaot tlio PanicStraota Regions Until Hex Militia Prepared to Fill Bloody Oravui PINE RIDGE S D Nov Brookes force of a tew lean tban 400 ar rived at Pina Rldga agency at 7 oclock yesterduy morning The roads are o that aevora wagons were over turned on the wfiy aad a teamster named Burko from Fort Oaiahn was buried un der oue of them hia hip being broken There wura no hostllaa to meet the sol diers when they arrived at the agaucy and they at once wenc Into camp on a plateau commanding the entire valley The Meaqlah JDoOA Not Maturlnlize Jack Red Cloud nud a lot of fanatics wens at Wounded Knee twentyflvo miles away putting the finishing touches on a four days ghost dance Yesterday waa the day set for tho Messiah to appear in the form of a buGulobut nostray Messiah nor buffalo hns been reported on the reserva tion The Indian poice have all resumed their duty There ia uo truth tn the ra port that sixty Sioux Indians were killed Wednesday in n factional fight A Carriers Altxrraing Report OMAHA Neb Nov An Indian from WoundcdKnei gives information which hns caused the agents and all to put on a more aerious look Corning In yesterday afternoon ho reported that tho hoatilea at WoundedKuee wore still carrying on their dunces and that they had heard of the arrival of tha military but ivlmt is of much more importance to the agents they have strapped on their guns and are dancing fully armed They declare they will mcot tlia soldiers and will not hesi ate to jo into battle with them Reports relative to tho Indians declaring their willingness to fight for their religious crazo have come in frequently but up to this timo were jtimply rumors Whr Not Let Tiem JDance Thia information comes direct however from a source which Agent Hoyar pro nounces trustworthy the man who car ried it being one of the ngentii own car riers I thiik it is just as well that the people outside bo placed in possession of the exact faces iu thid case said Mr Royer It ia not worth while to deny further that the trouble is Imminent Every one of these hostiles ia heavily loaded with ammunition and they will use it I have beon among them before The agent said tho deuces sihould be stopped and if they were there would bo bloodshed Gen Brooke himself reports it almoxc inijuwsibio tu new Informa tion in fact there ia nothing moro than tho certain detLrmioation of the ndiuns to resist to the iaat any attempt to atop their dancing A CORRESPONDENTS CONCLUSIONS BiHtnnce Snoiivi to LetuI Roil Tulat to the Uoikl Slttiiitlon CHICAGO Ncv A correspondent it The Herald elesrnphi from Standing Hock aa follows The feeling of grows beautifully k3i iho nearer I gat to the reservation and Indiana tt really begins to look very much AS if the citizens of Mnndan were ilinning ihotmotvea un necessarily aver tho uKgOl of the Indian Messiah There is a knowing smile on the fmos of the whites living on the east bank of the Bisi Muddy when they apeak of the great excitement of tha settlers living near Mandan and they wink at enoh other and remark that they reckon the boys will keep the war de partment from abandoning Fort Lincoln After nil to abandon Fort Lincoln would mean a great pecuniary loss to the citl ZPIIS of MantlfiR and they ore in hopes that this Indian wlilch Is being worked for all it ts worth will have the effect of inducing the gorerument to en largo the oost instead ot dismantling it Xu Cnuse for AInnis There certainly la cause for un easiness but not for nlarmand I feel that I nm perfectly safe in that there will be no outbreHk winter The In dian enthusiasms hero say they do not ex pect the Messiah mull the grass ia so high next they are to move wtyt toward Hear Buttea to meet him and then he will bring them their millouium without battle or bloodshed It is to be a peaceful coming Thfl silly report that ba3 been sent out to the ef fect that Sitting Bull with a big follow ing has left the reservntlon aud that two troops of cuvalry are in pursuit of thi Me medicine mac is absolutely without foundation A Pnthetlc Farewell A moat flffsting piece of news in re gard to ttiis Indlnn trouble is the pathetio leavetakiug of the Jamestjwn militia company which has been ordered by Governor Miller to proceed to Mandan to protect the lives and property of the white settlers in that vicinity Before embark ing on the cars the hoys had their pict ures taken In a group so that it might be preserved ns n rourenlr in case the com pany should be decimated by the venge ful Sioux Meantime while awaiting these reenforcements the Indians ara be ng kept under close surveillance by tha regulars and anything like an uprlstng will he promptly and thoroughly throt tled TWO KETTLES BAND ALARMED Smith of Indianapolis has been appoiat ed chief clerk of foreigc mails in the oostoflice depwcmeut The Indian Fnnatico Threaten a Whole Bikle Slaughter PIERRE S D Nov Norville a special agent of the government sta tioned here to adjudicate Indian claims yesterday paid a visit to thd Two Kettle tribe of Sioux living sorns distance np Bad river Tha report was circulated they wers deserting their homea to go to Hump and Big Tfoofcf camps and join the irghost dunces When the captain foaad theie fellows they pos itively denied it and made affidavit to that effect The captain next waited upon Crow Eagle and Hump Rib the two head mien of ths band and they told the captain that emissaries hsd vis ited them from the Cherry Creek Indiana and one evening while they were having a pleasant littli dance one of Big Foots men came in and addressed them and rold them about the new Christ and how He was igolng to lead the Indiana iato happi ness and destroy tb3 whites Will Go Into Hiding He mid they knew was going to happen and urged them to coma over to the Cheyenne river anti join with them la their ghost dances But they told him the would rut oro aod neither had theT been there They told the captain they i he would have it said in Pierre j papers that they were not goiuii to join in j the new Messiah craze Further j stated that within tha past few days eral of the hostiles bad appeared among them ranking threats that it they did not oin them enough forca would be sent there at once to massacre all Two Ket tle tribes These Indiana stand la great fear of the hostilas and said thsy vren going into hiding immediately until tho Great Father seat hia soldiers to protect them Troops Wanted in Wyoming CHETESNE Wy Nov 21 report that the Indians were coming through I the Powder river country in Wyoming from ths Plan Hidge to tha Shoshoao agency has caused the people of northern Wyoming to ask for the retention ot the two companies of troops at Fort McKin ney who were under orders to proceed to Pine Ridgp and Governor Warren ha3 asked that the troops be retained In re sponse to hU request a company of in fantry will be retained at McKiuuey the cavalry going to Pine Ridge The Indians In Wyoming are causing no trouble and none is anticipated Looking for n Series of Radt OMAHA Xeb Xov 11 the belief of the old Indian fighters stationed hera that the bad reds now away from the res trvation will break into small bands and raid and harass tho settlers on the edges of the reservations Capt Wells in com mand of two troops of the Eighth cav alry from Fort Jleade is at Oelrichs with orders to move on tha reservation north west of Pine Kidue tohaad off stragnlars This with Col Smiths command at Rose bud will complete a cordon around the restless malcontents Slnntlnn Recovers Composaro MANDAX N D Nov easier teoling prevails aad settlers arc return ing to their homes A Sioux teinniter in town ye3terday afteruooa reported the Sioux waiting for iiuppllcs which ivere due at Fort Yates n week ago and he thinks that thira will ba no trouble Immedi ately GLADSTONE AND PARNELU They Will Pull In the Same rolitloal Harness Kljjht Along LONDON Nov most important development In the Parnell case It the practical announcement that Gladstone will ignore the recent scandal and con tinue to atand up with Parnell m politics Thia anricemcnt ia not direct from Gladstone but it IP from one of his Morley Speaking to the Liberal Federation of Sheffield yester day he It iras their dnty to keep the great Irish citiooal ques tion apart from personal consid erations which did not belong to it It was their duty now ns always to hold that question aloft to tho public view This doubtless happened to bo difficult at this moment when ihe country was tirred by auxious inoideats and painful disclosure Only let them reoognfzo that aone of the disclosures in tho illghtest iegree derogated the Justice the urgancy ind tha of that great nrhich wm as sound aa nver and which became day by day more urgent aa It neared the final Isiue Dnvltt Says Resign On the other Michael Oarftt fn VT editorial In The Labor World his new paper declare that Parnell must retire because hli further leadership under the tircu in stances will imperil iht Irish Jtiuaa Dnvitt Parnell is asked to make R small sacrfice aud must not con alder hii own political future at all His leadership now Mill imperil the home rule ctiuse In Englnnl Loyal Iroin Jrolantl At A mjis meeting1 at Leinster tha mayor declared that theouly crime which Ireland would ever condemn Parnell for was one of which he waa Incapable namely treason to Ireland Justin Mc Carthy agreed with iht mayor and a of confidence in Inrneli adopted en thusiastically Similar action wrxs taken at a meeting at Galway at which Qfty pritfits were Held Lp r His Wife DENVER Cola ipecinl from Albuquerque N M to The Newi sayg Mrs TiUie McClury aud her three child ren were arrioted Wednesday night on lelographlo orcerM from Win field Kaa The lady a aw days ayo with the assist ance of a gun and four men held up her divorced husband aud robbod him of threa children Bynuma Man for 1S93 WASHINGTON Ctrr Nov Congress man Dynum of Indiana who is a promi nent candidate for tho ipeakershlp of Che house said la an interview yesterday that Cleveland would probably be the Democratic nominee for the presidency in 1M3 The Democrats of tha west laid Mr Hynum tnlk of no one tlse for 1893 LlghtTTolihts Sign for a Finish Fltht BUTFALO N Y Nov Articlai hare been ilgned fur a fight between Ed Gorman of thia city and an unknown who is backed by Robert Wright of De troit Both men are featherweightft The fight will be for tl 000 a nidBwith fourounce gloves and will take place In this vicinity about Christmas Died Very Suddenly NETT YorK Nov 2l Thomas G Ken nedy a wellknown telegraph operator for many years chief operator and asiiat ant night of the Western Unioia office In this city was stricken with apo plexy yesterday morning and within an hour Stamboul rteata Bis Record STOCKTON Cala Nov The stallion Stamboul beat his record here yeiterday maklna a mile In Goldsmith drove and Harry Whiting accompanied with runnlnu mute The Grst quartet made in U82 and the hilf in SXcitinjr scene In a Theatre NICE Nor During the performance of the play of Garibaldi at Dijon Wednesday evening cries of Long live Franic wre reponded to by of hve Italy A number of Italian Repubuuj were present and they added to txcirernent by uttering cries of Dovn wit and the triple alU THE INDIANA WIKE Republicans to Consider the Political Outlook MIOHENER DESIBES TO EESIGN Club OryanlcaUoa To DC Also Sleet and Prepare to Watch Loses tha of the Erie RaltirMjReceive a Federation lyDiAXAPOLis Nov fifty or aore of the leading1 Republicans of tha met here Thursday to consider the political ontlook and arrango for a com plete reorganization of the party prepara tory to the campaign of ISSa Chairman Michener atated that he Intended to lea re the state soon and intimated that it might be wise for the committed to select a successor as chairman The members replifcd that thoy were not prepared to act on ihe matter now and the subject was dropped leaving Michener still at the head of the party organisation Talk of Club Organization Chairman Michener iatd that there was a manifest want ot interest in the elec tion with part of the rank and file of the party and he believed that closer organ ization was necessary if the party hoped to win In the national campaign The qnestlon of olub organization was consid ered and it waa proposed to call theclnba McKlnley clubs Jt was thought howerer not to Me the organizations to thf nflftie of any man but call them by the party Il was concluded that cluba uhould be orKanUed jn every township and that the work should be gin at once a suitable permit to be select Bd by the chairman to take charge of tho wort INDIANA FARMErVS ALLIANCE A LcglMntlve Committee Appoln lo 11 tics iu tho Lodges Nov 21 The etate Farmers Alliance began its annual meet Ing here Thursday with fifty subordinate AJJJacces represented by delegates A legislative committee waa appointed and Instructed to ask for tbe passage of needed laws and to attend the legislative session and oppose all laws inimical to araiers Interests Among the resolu tions adopted was one declaring that pol tics has no place in the organization und ihouM not be tolerated in the lodge meetings A canvass of the tbovra that many jire pleased vrith the of the recent election WILL NOT GET THE WORKS The Steel Manufactory at AVabnsh Abnn ilonod by WABA5II Ind Xov Indiana Steel company will not build iti extensive plant In Wabaah this winter notwith standing tho fact that tho citlzstia here iave given tho compnhy a bonus of 00 free tandand natural gas at low rates The contract waa signed several weeks ago and It waa thought that the build ngs would bd under roof in December but tbe stockholders allege that the re cent filoction gives little assurance of the retention of high duties oa steel aud they propose to pny all losses accruing to the Wabash board of trade and to the firms have oiKchlnury contracts and ibnndon tho dchemu It IB thought that will be ueedel to meet all damage toil Wait i hit ftOERATION Tho Lake Erlo Ssoms To Aiix for K Fight INDIANAPOLIS NOT si Twentyseven employos of the Luke Erie anrl Western railway name her9 Thurndny to present a 1st of grievancei to General Manager Brnduury Mr Bradbury that ho understood that they had called aa n com mittee ot a federation and such he would notreceive them As employes of tho Lake Erie anil mid he I am perfectly willing to talk with you ut I must decline to have any later course with you the representatives of a federation The men are very much ncenssd at Bradbury aud that they will bring bim to terms if It has to be done by a striko Their demand was for an Increase In wajrm Only Effective la Mild Cuct I S Nov The doctors who Investigate Professor remedy for tuberculosis agree tha it Is effective only c mild Tbe VTeather May Eipect vVASinycTON CITY Xov follotrlng tiie Treathrr Inditationa lor thirtrsir bours S p m Tetcrday For and I weather till S tarday warmer winds For igan and weather ahgauf warmer southerly win For weathen slightly wanner in eastcniT tligbtlr cooler in weaterm portion soutliwesterly winds Tin cleaned with paper trill shine Meotlnes COLUMBUS Inrt Nuv The revival meetings of Dr Munhull taken BhelbyTllle by storm number of con versions being OTiir 200 Wednesday an allday moating held at the Bnptlit church a now leader being provided hour from 10 vo 2 oclock Every business house and th saloons were for the business mens meeting Seven tnlooni closed their never to bs re opened A similar Trave is now iweeping over Newbern six miles east of here while over 400 psruoiu joined the various churches of hruwn coanLj within the last two ueeku Two Thouniinil Oat at Drnztl BRAZIL Ind Nov The drivers and dny men employed in the block mines yts terdsy appointed a committee to wait upon the operators with a demnnil for 2 ft day The demand was refused and the day men joined the drivers In a itrike claim that to advance tho price would be to disturb tbo market In violation ot tha yearly agreetuant About 2000 miners are thrown out ot employ ment and tha situation is becomf ug ser ious Fish Dynamiters Arrested ComiBCg Ind Nov For several months White river for miles north and loutbofihls city has been robbed of its Tue lawbreakers dynamite and land tbe halfstunned fish In large quan tities The sheriff made a raid on iheie parties Tuesday ulgbi and arrested T C anil James E Parkenson who were pliicrd under henvy bond for tncirap ptarance at tbe next term of cou rt Tried to Beat Uncle gam BICBMOND Ini Nor Col Tom Elliott a notorious sport ijia tba toils of the law Fio been trapped by Frank Nation United States revenue In spector for selling cigars and liquor in his gambling room without government license IVos Not the Chlrmgo Ethel TEREK HAUTE Ind Nov Detect ITCS Tierney of Chicago and M P Ford representing Marshall Field Co cama here Thursday with reqciiultion papen for Etlvil Towne the young woman with many aliased who is held here for at tempting to pass a forged check foir bearing the of J H A womau answering description wanted iu Chicago for defrauding Mar shall Field Co out of but neither man could pOBitlrely identify her Her trial waa continued until ISatnrdAjr alt tin request of the defendant UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER MAKE IT A POINT To Call at D A HaukS Placet am i And see tho Largest Stock of D1AMOKDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES That was ever brought to Losansport To be sold very low All Goods markod without oxra cost 41O Broadway Do Yoor Faots Ba at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then XEreeGers Sensible Trousers Strefctier The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doingthe work thorough ly without injuring the garment J S CRAIG Merchnaio Sole agent for Logansport Pctir the exjirparlior oa trial nl for HOIIVJ w ics on tho of poiHoiiiny his wife found su Ity by he jury Thurili sml hin jiuiiishmrut live I jit inirisomroiie for HfL James It otn of tlu piniioers of Bnonc county is deal Washington Tliiuynn olil fariv Staunton full ilcid vhilu inii Another has beer Hiihninnil ami will drill 2000 the search for natural yis Tho Riv 8nnniil li Sciiwri of tho Uelplii Prusbyierjin fln dead of a complication of ilij I but recently retmnett from u to Florida lie wis nud 51 ML l wife and chil 1 tr neac ji cow jatiizml foot in pastor r h is He h trip Kast Indian In India native women are turning i their nttvntiun tho study of medicine ami as a consequence tho barriera ot prejmliccand custo are breaking down At tlie JIailras MjJieal school there thirtynine female students and at the Calcutta eollego Seven wonuii of Vgra license to jjraclieo tins year and nineteen M other points ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The Inturnatioaal Law ard Order league Is holding its anuuii cnnveutiun at Plttsburg Tho Blaiue Xntlonal of llnine Wash capital 30UIW hail niKhor to begin business Mrs Potter ijalmer heen unani mously elected president ut r hoard of women managers of the WorHt fiir Tbo Cherokee Strip Livn Ftock isocii tlon will sue the United Slates for about 13000000 for forcing them to leave the strip with their cattle Charles Jacob Jr Co pork an 1 beef packers of Cincinnati ma la an assign ment Thursday with cil Iniatuil liabili ties of assets KxCoimreismin 2ytvtroM colt Bolero waa sold at unction at Xu York Thursday for Philip Dnyer was the tucccssfu bidder Gen Tbftrnas S Matlier who adju tant genernl of Illinois during thewnr and Binned Gen Grants first died MC liis TlnraUay Dr Kleruan nn expert on insanity was nssanlted with n roiton egg by Jojisi Kee ncy while trviuy to testify as 10 thlat tera mental condition in i Tliurn day A statement prepared nt fie treasury department shovi that the weight of the coin in T rastm s c at tbe close of busnis Thursiny was tons A conscience contribuon of Si1 from Pttsburg Pa sent through a Roman Catholic priest ivas Tljirs lay 1 m the national treasury depirtuitnt uuil placed to tho credit of the conscience fuud John Dlxon stole a letter from a box in New York last summer in which was a draft for lie got U caslnl In London He was traced to Cnadi acid ficirtllr rtia down iu 1urk Wednesday Joseph Boyd a Kansa1 City laborer attempted Wednesday tj murder liU wife and child He first shot ui her and trien she fled pusued dotonr a uluff with her baby in her arni5 StrangB to Bay neither was injured seriotuiy bu Eoyd went back to the house an1 Killed himself Three barrels of Xova Scotia marsh mud arrived at Boston Thursday Jt is proposed to raise vegetables in this earth Nova Scotia vegetables are in Understand It Papa we dont call an elevator lift do vir Xo AVillie only the English and the Thnn what made all the fellows snicker when I asked the pcliceman if he vonlilnt elevator me over the muddy crossing Chicago Tribune Neither Knew Mr Holim1 her mother remarked to him at tho Joor when she let him in the evening did you notice tbe hour you left bore last night Mamie says plie didnt Tin fure I didnt know I was U much in the dark as she was Phila deluhia Times 1 HE MARKETST Cntcxoo NOT A Ilit quutatins on the board of trade todar wtroas fol nws Novembir cloiil fK ViAf i Muy ciiwueU c OMM open I cluitJ j ojenel 5 i opeurd c oset 14 Oats j 01 eiied 1 i c Deomber Uic il 41c iiay oiwowi oloswl 1 Ijk opono 1 and fa V Jiiitiarj oncnad illuO clostii Mnv fpinei cc tiiir owveil and Closed Lire stoc Taw Union Stock yeuda report I the foil ivvin prioes Hogs Market i antl fmvij piicken and thlppert bar Ina lisht a rough iliij mivi lots i in End tLlijjjinE lots S3V5 HutterFancy sonsrator fit iruhurcd ctcain L4 lalrlw j fresii arix freplj pxcklnif eto k off MII a cc Driytfed Heni per Ib sprint chlckcnu i roMers du ka 9Sltc gete 1 i Oool to choice fancy o Northern Jii n gan faito go A choice to faner Burbane Wia3c llllnola S27i green 5 pr trl catlap I stock New York NEW YORE Nor j No re wintr S1JJO do December do January tlJIM No 2 in sed mb 57lxc do December BTJiC iln May Jata Quiet Xo t miied raJlh I do December 40Jjc do JanuaT 93o Niinlnaliy Noml naly u icheuiisiA Dull i 12ui Djcembor Janoarr i se3 i LI 11 Stfk CattleMarket firm bat no In Ixeves beef steady i idw Khfcp and 1 firm ImjibJ4 i fc cbeep HUt3M i j li 1t lam Harkei suadv hogs S33JA4IJI I acd there IB a duty on them under tbe Mcliirley bill The mud was as unmanufactured earth by the cuij toma authorities aud taxid ilHl a tou An Atlas of tbe Heavens The great photographic atlas of tho heavens will be next year i the directors of the eighteen chief i observatories of the world have met at j on March 30 to make the final ari j rajigements The atlas will contain jfrozn 1500 to 2000 leavisi representing j 42080 large squares comprehend j the superficies of ths celestial sphere i i She Una Joined the Array i The Salvation Army in Berlin has found a recrui t in the Baroness Marga ratha von Lalienkreutz She is beanti fnl and only 30 years old She is the i daughter of a Swedish knijht and the i isidow of a Svredisa captain Before i her conversion to ths principles of the army she led a gay life in St Peters I burg Stockholm and Berlin society Absolutely Pure A crenm f tarter baklujr powder j of all in leavening 8 meat Report 171S89   

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